Skip to comments.More doctored photos from Hajj/Reuters?
Posted on 08/06/2006 6:31:08 AM PDT by Uncledave
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I believe this story is orders of magnitude greater in importance than some isolated embarrassed photographer who "embellished" his work for some good copy. It shows that the entire news stream from the ME is being manipulated, orchestrated, and choreographed by Iran, Hezbollah, and their sympathizers.
ADNAN HAJJ / Reuters
A Lebanese protester chanted slogans inside the torched Danish Embassy in Beirut yesterday.
The Bigger the Lie, the more it will be believed, until they are found out, and they always are.
Yes LGF has been swamped since last night.
Hey Reuters, you kind of forgot how the Internet took down Mary Mapes and Dan Rather back in 2004, didn't you? You can't fool us all the time anymore.
I don't like the black line around his pants legs at all. Red flames, black border, blue jeans, NFW. Just eyeballing.
Good catch - the black border along his right leg looks like a snip job.
Too bad when can not hear from "little Green footballs" this morning, so far he has busted Reuters Lies, and has been given a death threat by a Reuters employee.
Note the difference in pixellation between the buildings in the foreground and the sky and explosion, etc. I am not a photoshop geek, but maybe someone here could explain if that is 'kosher' (sorry, couldn't resist) or not.
The picture in #25 shows two different angles. Cover up the bottom part with the man. The apartments are shot from a sharp angle. Then cover up the apartments. The photog was standing slightly below the man. And why isn't the smoke rising upward covering the apartment?
The fireball in the photo on the left looks like a secondary explosion of fuel or some type of explosive. Also, I don't think debris would fly over a hundred feet into the air (the 5 or 6 story building in front of the fireball must be at least 45 - 55 ft tall including the roof), unless there was a large amount of fuel or explosives.
The smoke in the picture on the right, looks like it may be burning rubber. I've seen a used tire storage burning, and the smoke from that site was black and very thick.
Did you see this?
I think they just detected the tip of the iceberg here.
That photo in #25 looks a bit funny...look at the shadow of the man in the photo, it just kind of disappears immediately to his left.
It's just too pretty.
Fake..The shadowing is wrong on his legs, there should be a glow from the flames.
"there should be a glow from the flames."
NOt only that, but no one would be standing that close to the flames, at least for very long.
And wearing a hooded jacket?
I had a very small fire burning yesterday in the back yard, and I could only get within 10 feet for a few seconds. And I only had on a pair of swimming shorts.